“Do not you have medicine? Give her medicine, calm her down ... No lies, I will tell the truth. Should we call a doctor?” - Prime Minister Irakli Gharibashvili thus addressed the parliamentary majority at the plenary session of the Parliament after his speech was followed by noise from the opposition MPs Khatia Dekanoidze and Ana Tsitlidze.
Prior to Gharibashvili's remarks, opposition lawmakers were warned by Parliament Speaker Shalva Papuashvili that they would have to leave the hall if the Prime Minister was not allowed to continue his speech.
"Ms. Khatia, you are showing disrespect not only to your colleagues, but to the idea of democracy in general. If you disagree with something, you will have time to express it when the time for your faction comes. Now you are obstructing the procedure in Parliament. Mrs. Khatia, you will have to leave the hall," Papuashvili addressed Khatia Dekanoidze.
The commotion started after the Prime Minister noted that the European Commission had made a historic decision and a long-awaited record had emerged. His phrase was followed by protest from the opposition. Khatia Dekanoidze, Chairwoman of the National Movement faction, addressed Gharibashvili several times that he was a "traitor" and a "slave."